We have found that in certain cases there are players who can’t move in virtual reality by themselves. For example, when a person has spastic hands and can’t use the command on the controller themself.
Creating accessible Virtual Reality for people with disabilities who have problems with the grip of hands and fingers requires an assistant. The assisted controller feature allows the player to be assisted by a third party using an Xbox controller when the player can’t use the buttons himself or herself.
This VR adaptation is used by people with such disabilities as cerebral palsy, tetraplegia, stroke, and others.